I plug a 64 GB SanDisk USB drive into my computer and use Diskpart to check the
detail information of disk. I can correctly select the USB drive. However, when I
type detail disk in Diskpart, I receive an error message: there are
no volumes. Why and how to fix this error?
Why Volume Not Showing Up in Diskpart?
Whenever you do an operation with external hard drive,
you are required to make sure that the external hard drive must be recognized by
your computer. That's to say, if your external hard drive cannot be recognized,
you cannot use it as normal.
When you input detail disk in Diskpart,
you will receive the error: Diskpart list volume there are no
volumes. But, it does not mean there is no data on the
external hard drive. Maybe, there are some data but your computer cannot recognize
it. Why your computer cannot recognize the external hard drive?
To Microsoft Window users, your computer recognizes your
external hard drive by its file systems. There are four files system Windows can
distinguish, including old DOS, FAT, FAT32 and the widely-used NTFS. If you create a
volume with other file system and try to check the detail information in Diskpart,
you'll receive the error as shown in the following picture.
In addition, when you check the detailed information of
the internal hard drive, you still can receive this error message if you delete a
partition mistakenly or the partition is lost owing to changes in your operating
system, virus, spyware infection or a newly installed drive. Both cases will lead to
unallocated space on the hard drive. After your partition beceoms unallocated space,
the system may not recognize it.
How to Fix Diskpart Is Missing Volume Accordingly?
When we meet problems related to computer, we will turn to Windows built-in tool for
the first time. But you cannot use built-in tool to fix Diskpart is missing volume.
In this cases, I recommend you free AOMEI Partition Assistant, which can help you
solve Diskpart list volume there are no volumes in simple ways. If the system cannot
recognize its file system, you can change the file system of the external hard drive
and format it to NTFS or FAT32. If the partition is deleted or lost by accident, you
can recover lost partition in Windows 7/8/10.
Aside by that, AOMEI Partition Assistant can solve more problems related to computer
and do it well, such as The Selected Disk Is The GPT Partition style, Windows 10
Hard Drive Limit, Windows
7 Cannot Create Primary Partition, Low Disk Space Warning, The Extend Volume Is Disabled,
AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional is the advanced version. It can fix problem the standard
verion cannot and offer you more advanced features, such as Convert to basic disk
greyed out, Convert system disk between MBR and GPT, allocated free space, etc.
Fixed - Diskpart list volume there are no volumes
If your external hard drive cannot be recognized by its file system, you can try this
way and change the file system of the external hard drive.
Before continuing to see below, download AOMEI
Partition Assistant Standard, install and launch it.
Step 1. Enter the main page, click the partition you would like to
format and select Format Partition.
Step 2. Select NTFS or FAT32 and click OK.
3. Click Apply and Proceed to
execute the pending operation.
Now, you get a partition with NTFS or FAT32. This error is not a problem. You can check detail information of your disk. Also, you can do operations whatever you want in Diskpart.
Solved - volume not showing up in Diskpart
If you find your partition becomes unallocated space, you can try AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional. Most likely, you may delete partition accidently or the partition is lost owing to unexpected error.
Step 1. Run AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional. Click
the disk you want to recover and select Partition Recovery
Wizard on the left panel, then select the disk which contain lost partitions in the Partition Recovery Wizard and click Next.
Step 2. Select Fast Search and click Next. It's
recommended to select this option for the first time. This option takes less time.
If you cannot recover the lost partition, you can select Full
Step 3. Select the lost partition on the disk 2 and then click Proceed to start the recovery.
Step 5. Click Finish to exit this
window and check your partition.
When you use Windows built-in tool Diskpart to check the detail information of your
external or internal hard drive, you may receive Diskpart list volume there are no
volumes. This is all because your hard drive cannot be recognized by your computer.
To make sure the external hard drive can be recognized by your computer, you can
format it with NTFS or FAT32. It can recognize more file system, including NTFS,
FAT32, exFAT, Ext2, Ext3, etc. In addition, you can use Partition Recover Wizard if
your partition becomes unallocated space suddenly.
Besides, AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro is still a partition manager, which can
satisfy the basic needs of the majority of users. With it, you can resize partition,
move partition, erase ssd in Windows 10, etc.